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Modelling and Control of Switched Reluctance Machines

Edited by Rui Araújo

University of Porto

Co-editor:

José Camacho

Federal University of Uberlandia

Today, switched reluctance machines (SRMs) play an increasingly important role in various sectors due to advantages such as robustness, simplicity of construction, low cost, insensitivity to high temperatures, and high fault tolerance. They are frequently used in fields such as aeronautics, electric and hybrid vehicles, and wind power generation. This book is a comprehensive resource on the design, modeling, and control of SRMs with methods that demonstrate their good performance as motors and generators.

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Modelling and Control of Switched Reluctance MachinesEdited by Rui Araújo

Published: September 9th 2020

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.82219

ISBN: 978-1-78984-455-9

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-454-2

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83968-160-8

Copyright year: 2020

Books open for chapter submissions

5404 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

2 Web of Science Citations

7 Dimensions Citations

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1. Modeling and Simulation of Switched Reluctance Machines

By Mahmoud Hamouda and László Számel

646

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2. Switched Reluctance Motor Modeling and Loss Estimation Review

By Pedro Sousa Melo and Rui E. Araújo

319

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3. Review of Rotary Switched Reluctance Machine Design and Parameters Effect Analysis

By Ana Camila Ferreira Mamede, José Roberto Camacho and Rui Esteves Araújo

291

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4. Using Optimization Algorithms in the Design of SRM

By Petrushin Alexandr Dmitrievich, Kashuba Alexandr Viktorovich and Petrushin Dmitry Alexandrovich

291

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5. Scaling Laws in Low-Speed Switched Reluctance Machines

By Pedro Lobato, Joaquim A. Dente and Armando J. Pires

263

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6. Linear Switched Reluctance Motors

By Jordi Garcia-Amoros, Pere Andrada and Baldui Blanque

555

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7. Design of Ultrahigh-Speed Switched Reluctance Machines

By Cheng Gong and Thomas Habetler

311

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8. Switched Reluctance Motor Drives: Fundamental Control Methods

By Manuel Fernando Sequeira Pereira, Ana Mamede and Rui Esteves Araújo

567

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9. Mathematical Modeling of Switched Reluctance Machines: Development and Application

By Marcelo Vinícius de Paula, Thiago de Almada Lopes, Tárcio André dos Santos Barros, Paulo Sergio Nascimento Filho and Ernesto Ruppert Filho

423

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10. Some Basic and Key Issues of Switched-Reluctance Machine Systems

By Chang-Ming Liaw, Min-Ze Lu, Ping-Hong Jhou and Kuan-Yu Chou

413

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11. A Review of Classic Torque Control Techniques for Switched Reluctance Motors

By Marcelo Vinícius de Paula, Tárcio André dos Santos Barros and Pedro José Dos Santos Neto

350

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12. Average Rated Torque Calculations for Switched Reluctance Machines Based on Vector Analysis

By Aleksas Stuikys and Jan Sykulski

443

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13. Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Vibrations in a Three-Phase Linear Switched Reluctance Actuator

By José António da Costa Salvado, Maria do Rosário Alves Calado and António Eduardo Vitória do Espírito-Santo

276

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14. Control and Dynamic Simulation of Linear Switched Reluctance Generators for Direct Drive Conversion Systems

By Rui Pedro Gouveia Mendes, Maria do Rosário Alves Calado and Sílvio José Pinto Simões Mariano

258

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